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#366 - anonymous (06/14/2013) [-]
but gay sex doesn't make you more susceptible to hiv right? right?
User avatar #383 to #366 - neoexdeath ONLINE (06/14/2013) [-]
Right, back then, the gay community got hit hard with it. Why? Well, if you can't get pregnant, there's less reason to use a condom. So it spread like wildfire since nobody knew what the deal was with it back then.
#373 to #366 - crystalia (06/14/2013) [-]
Person A has AIDS and Person B does not. Person A will be Male and Person B will be Female(it does not matter whether you are gay or straight. It is about protection and the type of sex[anal, oral, or vaginal] that you engage in.)   
   
If they have unprotected anal sex, then Person B has a 25% chance of catching AIDS.    
   
If they have unprotected vaginal sex, then Person B has a 0.2% chance of catching AIDS.    
   
There reason for this is that you can only contract AIDS from blood to blood contact(Semen counts if you are infected, but Vaginal fluid only counts when you are infected). Anal sex, even if performed gently, often leads to anal fissures which bleed. If Person A ejaculates into Person B anally and they have an anal fissure(which sometimes you may not even feel), they have a high chance of getting infected. If A & B have vaginal sex and there are no tears in the vaginal walls, it is highly unlikely that B will contract AIDS.    
   
The reason that many perpetuate the ridiculous idea that homosexuals are the only ones spreading AIDS is because gay men exclusively have anal sex.  Heterosexual people spread AIDS as well both vaginally and anally, it's just not as common.   
   
In fact, the first person to contact AIDS was a female flight attendant who had a layover in Africa. She slept with a man who had intercourse with an animal and contracted the disease that way. She then returned to North America and spread it to her other partners, some of whom were bisexual and that's how it entered the gay community. It spread faster there due to the fact that they exclusively had unprotected anal sex(STIs/STDs were not common before the late 70's and early 80's so condom were only used for pregnancy).
Person A has AIDS and Person B does not. Person A will be Male and Person B will be Female(it does not matter whether you are gay or straight. It is about protection and the type of sex[anal, oral, or vaginal] that you engage in.)

If they have unprotected anal sex, then Person B has a 25% chance of catching AIDS.

If they have unprotected vaginal sex, then Person B has a 0.2% chance of catching AIDS.

There reason for this is that you can only contract AIDS from blood to blood contact(Semen counts if you are infected, but Vaginal fluid only counts when you are infected). Anal sex, even if performed gently, often leads to anal fissures which bleed. If Person A ejaculates into Person B anally and they have an anal fissure(which sometimes you may not even feel), they have a high chance of getting infected. If A & B have vaginal sex and there are no tears in the vaginal walls, it is highly unlikely that B will contract AIDS.

The reason that many perpetuate the ridiculous idea that homosexuals are the only ones spreading AIDS is because gay men exclusively have anal sex. Heterosexual people spread AIDS as well both vaginally and anally, it's just not as common.

In fact, the first person to contact AIDS was a female flight attendant who had a layover in Africa. She slept with a man who had intercourse with an animal and contracted the disease that way. She then returned to North America and spread it to her other partners, some of whom were bisexual and that's how it entered the gay community. It spread faster there due to the fact that they exclusively had unprotected anal sex(STIs/STDs were not common before the late 70's and early 80's so condom were only used for pregnancy).
User avatar #368 to #366 - mrevitcartta (06/14/2013) [-]
Any kind of unprotected sex makes you more susceptible
User avatar #371 to #368 - fpsnoob (06/14/2013) [-]
Unprotected anal sex the most, that's why it's more prominent in homosexual males.
#402 to #371 - watergate (07/12/2013) [-]
SNAP!!!!!!IIGUSSSSSSSEEE
User avatar #372 to #371 - mrevitcartta (06/14/2013) [-]
Roughly 10% of the population is thought to be gay, that's including lesbians, logically the most prominent cases of HIV through anal sex has to be Straight males.
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